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allegations surfaced from another former student. he now exercises no public ministry and lives under close supervision at the jesuit infirmary. his restrictions are reviewed annually. that jesuit infirmary is the same los gatos facility where a jesuit priest gerald lindner was beaten in 2010 by will lynch who accused that priest of molesting him and his brother in the mid 1970s. the santa clara district attorney's office can no longer prosecute this particular case criminally because the statute of limitations has run out. still, the bellarmine alum reportedly came forward to leaders at his alma mater to encourage other victims to come forward. grable is quoted in a statement as saying at each step i was met with apology, concern, caring, and willingness to help. they, the jesuits support my desire to send this letter as an expression of my care and my concern for my classmates who might have had similar painful experiences. grable did not return our call for comment.
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i also reached out to the accused jesuit brother tonight, and he did not return my call for a comment either. now the jesuit society which governs bellarmine is encouraging other victims to come forward. if there are any, if they would like to be part of the healing process. kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >> thanks. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg speaking publicly for the first time since his company went public and his stock took a nosedive. scott budman was at there to hear what he had to say. how did he explain the billions of dollars lost by investors? >> he called it admittedly not so good for morale. that has to be one of the understatements of the year. you can imagine it was topic one when he sat down to meet the press at the tech crunch sponsored event. and that and many others surrounding the shaky start surrounding hi company both as a startup and a public entity,
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saying facebook is used to being controversial, and that won't stop it from growing and changing, even if the ipo is a lot less than what investors had hoped for. >> the performance of the stock has obviously been disappointing, right. and we care about our shareholders. and the commitment that we made is that we're going to execute this mission of making the world more open and connected, and we're going to do the things that we think are going to build value over the long-term. >> zuckerberg spoke for about 30 minutes today, hitting on a variety of topics, what facebook plans to do with instagram, why it's still a good place to work, and are there plans for a facebook phone in the future. we'll hear from mark zuckerberg about all of that tonight at 6:00. there is, meanwhile, another big tech story happening this week as apple fans gear up for latest product from the cupertino company. nothing will be revealed officially until tomorrow morning, but the expectation is for a new iphone, not just new software, but a new design as well. we will cover the whole thing
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for you starting tomorrow morning. the event itself starts at 10:00 in san francisco. raj, a very big week inner, the and it's only tuesday. >> we'll look forward to the rest of the week. thanks. >> you bet. he asked and now they'll decide. suspended san francisco sheriff is asking the commission to delay making on any decision whether to fire him until after this november's election. the ethics commission is meeting as we speak. we could have an answer within the hour. ultimately it's not the ethics commission but the board of supervisors who will decide whether he will lose his job over misconduct charges. the embattled sheriff argues that five of the supervisors are up for reelection in november, and their decision could be suede by politics. the city attorney opposes the delay, saying, quote, the charter establishes a clear process for official misconduct proceedings, and there is simply no provision to delay that process until the political climate is supposedly more favorable to one side or the other. even san jose's top leader can't get out of a traffic
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ticket. mayor chuck reed was pulled over and given a ticket for failing to signal for a turn. he can pay the fine or go to traffic school. we caught up with the mayor before today's city council meeting and said this is his first traffic ticket in decades. power was knocked out for thousands of people in san jose after a car crashed into a power pole. you can see the pole fell over, bringing power lines down with it. it happened this morning in larosa circle east of highway 87. about 3500 people in the area lost power. it was turned back on early this afternoon. no word yet on what caused this crash. the top two areas for job growth in the nation are right here in the bay area. the number one job growth region in the country is the san francisco/san mateo/marin region there was a 4.4% increase in total payroll jobs in the last year. the south bay was the second strongest. santa clara posted a 3.5% increase. the east bay posted a yearly gain of about 1%.
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and in the east bay today, thousands of jobs were on the line. no layoffs. instead, they're hiring. a new outlet mall is hiring 3500 people. and that means hundreds of people showed up for that job fair at the livermore community center. the paragon outlet mall with 120 stores is opening november right around the corner. that's great news for a lot of unemployed or underemployed people. >> i've been looking. it's been pretty difficult. i just had an interview last week with a large corporation in town, and 150 people had applied. >> and it would be nice to have something that is steady, especially the benefits is what i need. i have a couple of kids and would like to have benefits. and, you know, know that i don't have to scrape from one thing to another. >> a lot of people in a similar situation there is a second job fair at the same community center on october 23rd. no registration is required. a somber anniversary today 11 years since the 9/11 terror attacks. today several services took
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place around the bay area. in san francisco, firefighters observed a moment of silence at the exact time the south tower collapsed. the san francisco fire department rang the bell three times signifying the last alarm. similar ceremonies took place at all 43 stations in the city. in san jose, the fire chief spoke to the entire department over the radio from the 911 dispatch center. communities throughout the bay area are remembering the lives lost at the world trade center, the pentagon, and in shanksville, pennsylvania. a ceremony in union city brought out dozens of people, including relatives of those who died on flight 93. they read the names of the passengers and crew who are remembered on stone monuments at the union city flight 93 memorial park. the san francisco-bound flight crashed in shanksville, pennsylvania. carol o'hare says her mother was moving to the bay area from new jersey that day. >> i woke up to have a very
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happy day when my mother was moving to california from new jersey, and only to see the twin towers being hit on tv as i was getting ready to go to the airport to pick her up. and the day just evolved from there, not knowing where she was. >> a founder of the memorial says he wasn't expecting such a large turnout today. each year he also holds a ceremony for those who died on flight 93 on memorial day. across the country, tributes and emotions poured out throughout the day. in lower manhattan, the scene was more intimate than in years past. let's bring in nbc bay area's daniele from the world trade center, at least near that area where it once stood. danielle? >> reporter: good evening. we can't show you this right now with our cameras because of where i'm standing, but right in front of me are two tributes of light. they're symbolizing the world trade centers that fell during the attacks, and the final memorial this evening for the victims on this 11th anniversary.
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>> jack dennis yagoda. >> reporter: tears and raw emotion filled september 11th ceremonies around manhattan. >> this is the last place he was. very missed. >> reporter: the terror attack sent planes crashing into the world trade center remains fresh 11 years later. >> linda jones. >> reporter: at ground zero, families acknowledge each victim one by one. >> and my father, james amato. >> reporter: about a thousand people listened in silence, filling the area between the national memorial now marking where the world trade towers once stood. >> was taken away from us all too early. and we miss them all. >> reporter: members of congress stopped business to extend condolences on the east front steps of the capitol. >> today we listen and we vow never to forget. to celebrate the greater good that comes from serving one another and standing shoulder to shoulder. [ bell ]. >> reporter: at the white house, president obama participated in a moment of silence.
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later, at the pentagon he offered hope following a ceremony remembering those killed when a hijacked plane targeted the building. >> no single event can ever destroy who we are. no act of terrorism can ever change what we stand for. >> reporter: those same themes of courage rang out near shanksville, pennsylvania, where a plane crashed while passengers fought to keep it from reaching the capitol. >> have not forgotten the heroism of your husbands, wives, sons, daughters, mothers, fathers. >> so many lost fighting for a country they believed in. and despite the pain, there are signs of healing. for instance, the new world trade tower rising behind me is set to be complete in just over a year. and for many, it's a sign that this city is now trying to move on. reporting live in lower manhattan, i'm daniellelee, nbc news. >> it's a day americans won't forget. coming up, a big change to a bay area tech heavyweight.
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the way you watch youtube might soon be different. >> i'm kimberly tere live in san carlos, where an educator is making a plea for a chance at life. his emotional story and how you might be able to help, coming up in a live report. and good afternoon. i'm jeff ranieri in the bay area. sun-soaked sun from the east bay to the south bay with 84 in livermore. with the temperatures up, so is the allergy forecast the next 48 hours. we'll have details on when 90s return, coming up in just a few. .
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life and death for this husband, father, and educator, given only months to live. charisris mahoney and his famile hoping someone will help. chris and his family are looking for someone to save his life. >> looking for a hero. looking for someone willing to step up. it's major surgery. it's not something that is easy. but, you know, it could save a life. >> reporter: for nearly a decade, the director of the san carlos charter learning center has been fighting a serious liver condition. in march his health took a turn for the worse. now he is on california's transplant waiting list. but that could take years, times mahoney doesn't have. >> basically, the doctor said eight to 12 months left before my liver gives out. and they said this is the prime time to get a right donor if possible. >> reporter: if mahoney can find a living donor, someone who will give them a portion of their healthy liver, he could complete
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the transplant while his body is still healthy enough to do it. >> if there is anyone willing to step up and be a living donor that could save my husband's life. i want my son to have a father to grow up with. >> i love my wife and my son, and i just want to be here for them. for the next 40 years. and i can't even think about the alternative. so i don't. >> reporter: mahoney spent his entire career in education says the family and the students at his school are his lifeline. and that's why despite his deteriorating health, he continues to go to work every day. >> because he loves it. and i've comforted him and said maybe it's time for you to just, you know, rest and keep yourself well. but he doesn't want to stop. he said it's what makes me happy. >> i feel so much more i can continue to give and to contribute.
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and i'm hoping that somebody just gives me that chance. >> reporter: mahoney has type a blood. a potential match must have either blood type a or o positive or negative. it doesn't matter. if you would like more information, go to give chris a that's givecrisp kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. >> hopefully a match will come through soon. kimberly, thank you. in health matters tonight, your next trip to the hospital could cost you a lot less if you know some simple tips. a new report in readers digest says the price for the exact same surgical procedure could vary up to $200,000. the article recommends that everyone should shop around first. one important thing to look for, the billing code for the procedure you need, also known as cpt. >> and call your hospital and says this is the code, this is my insurance. what is this going to cost me. >> websites like fair can help you shop around and provide cpt codes for the most
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common procedures. also remember, you could be charged for everything, from an extra blanket to a pain reliever. so have a family member bring those items for you. and if you can, always ask for an itemized bill. an estimated 25% of all adults in the united states take fish oil pills for heart health. but now a new study suggests they're wasting their money. the "journal of the american medical association" reports doctors analyzed 18 clinical trials and found no overall heart benefit to taking omega 3 fatty acids, or fish oil, those supplements. in the last decade, the popularity of the supplements increased based on findings that cultures which eat a lot of fish have less heart disease. but doctors now say trade those supplements for simply better habits. >> eating healthy, exercising is so much more important than supplementing. >> americans consume a billion dollars worth of fish oil supplements every year. google is offering a new
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youtube app for the iphone and ipad. google is doing this because apple did not renew a five-year youtube licensing agreement. the video-sharing service was a built-in operation in apple's operating system. youtube will now be removed from the menu of preinstalled apps in the next version of apple's operating system, and that includes the newest iphone expected to be unveiled tomorrow. americans are changing the way they watch tv. the number of u.s. households receiving traditional television service continues to decrease, but that doesn't mean americans don't have tvs. according to the nielsen company, three-quarters of the estimated five million homes not getting a tv signal still have their tvs, but they're using them for dvds and games and services such as netflix or apple tv. >> but this in. ratings for nbc bay area continue to climb. >> exactly. >> it's the story we're sticking to, jeff. >> of course, hey, it's the truth, it's the truth. we know you're all watching. let's take a look.
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we did have the marine layer and fog here building offshore. but the problem is the onshore flow and also the offshore flow is about equal. a lot of the fog is having a tough time moving in this afternoon. what you're going to find is plenty of 60s against the coastline. then for interior valleys, that's where we did have the warming today with widespread mid-80s. livermore into gilroy. and currently dropping off to 76 in san jose. let's take you to the live hd sky camera network. san jose a lot of blue sky. not much in the way of cloud cover. but it is hazy out here now that the temperatures are starting to warm up. for san francisco we do have some fog with us. but it's another compressed layer of the fog. it's not expected to be a big fog event for us tonight. but we definitely are going to be tracking some for the morning hours. we'll have more coming up. over the next 48 hours, this ridge of high pressure building off the south. it will not move on to california. it will stay just offshore. it's going to mean a gradual increase in our temperatures as we continue throughout wednesday and thursday. we're not going to see a huge
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spike with triple-digits this week, but things are going up as we head throughout the workweek. 50s and 60s for the coastline. also a few areas of patchy fog. and for the interior valleys, we're not going to quite go with widespread 90s for wednesday's forecast. mainly 70s near the bay and 80s for the interior valleys. but then by thursday, that's a day when the numbers will start to go up, and we'll even get some beach weather mixed into your seven-day forecast. so let's get you into the morning. if you have doing any traveling up to the north bay, anywhere from napa to sonoma valleys and novato, we'll find low clouds there. also widespread fog for the coastline. not too much for the east and the south bay. those that did have the clouds in the morning, it will all clear out by all indications on the earlier side by about 11:00 a.m. it's going to be very similar to today in terms of getting a lot of sunshine. so that is going to be spike the temperatures up here into the south bay with 86 in san jose. 87 in evergreen. also 87 in los gatos. 80 in palo alto. and 85 in sunnyvale. and for tri-valley, we'll get close to 90, but not quite there
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yet for the official temperatures. we'll go with 89 here in walnut creek. 89 in livermore. 87 in pleasanton. 87 in pittsburg. 77 in hayward, and also 80 in fremont. looks like tomorrow san francisco will do it with some of the official temperature readings going into the low 70s. 73 in berkeley. 75 in oakland. 74 in santa rosa. we talk beach weather. looks likes thursday will be the best possibility of that with potentially some mid-70s at the coast. as we head throughout friday, low 90s inland. we'll keep some low 70s at the coastline as well. by this upcoming weekend, temperatures will stay on the warm side. but what you'll notice, as we hit sunday, the fog pattern will build back in. and that's a sign of some cooler changes that will be coming as we head throughout monday and tuesday of next week. right now no rainfall expected by next tuesday, but temperatures could drop an estimated 10 degrees from some of the peak heating as we hit this upcoming friday. so this up-and-downtrend, the
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only thing about this is it's spiking up the allergy forecast. if you suffer from allergies, not good news. >> my itchy nose. >> a lot of sneezing in the newsroom. a headache today. >> next, a controversial is off law in san francisco getting a very bad reception. details coming up.
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it's been about ten years since the a's and giants made the play-offs in the same season. but it might be happening again in just a few weeks. the a's have been one of the best stories in all of baseball, and now play-off tickets for a's are going on sale. as of right now, the a's are leading the wild card race, meaning they would be in the play-offs. but there are still a few weeks remaining in the regular season. however, they have to plan for the best case scenario. so play-off tickets are going on sale monday morning, fully refundable, just in case they don't make it. and even better news for the a's, and for all of baseball, a's pitcher brandon mccarthy is
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now resting at home after being released from the hospital. he was hit in the head right here by a line drive last week, and had to have surgery to heal bleeding in his brain and fractures to his skull. but once again, he is at home tonight. a new law requiring cell phone stores to list radiation warnings is now being blocked. the law would have required cell phone dealers to give specific details on how much radiation is put off by each device, warning consumers about potential health risks. it would have been the first law of its find kind in the country. but yesterday a federal appeals court blocked it from taking effect. the court said consumers might interpret the law as san francisco's opinion on the dangers of cell phone. the ruling was made after the cell phone industry sued the city last year over the ordinance. we are back in a moment. stay with us. [ female announcer ] you want family dinner to be special.
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okay. let's take a look at what is coming up on nbc bay news. >> jessica aguirre joins us with the rundown. >> coming up next on "nightly news," we'll have much more on the 9/11 anniversary. plus, ann curry continues her reporting from inside a syrian refugee camp as the violence there escalates. and then new at 6:00, a bay area school deals with the dramatic increase in violence. learn where it is and what the school is trying to do to keep its students safe. we'll have those stories and more coming up on nbc bay area news at 6:00 when i join raj. >> okay, thanks, jessica. >> that's going to do it for now. we leave you on this september 11th with that tribute in light in new york city. good night. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow. you guys have it easy.
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